Tivo guide not updating
Tivo guide not updating
Updated 24th January 2012 - Add notes from William Lynch regarding USB HD adapters.Updated 27th September 2011 - Add note about tamper resistant Torx Screws Updated 16th September 2011 - Add new hard drive versions and links.
Updated Dec 1st 2013 - Added confirmed upgrade info for Ti Vo Roamio Updated Aug 22nd 2013 - Add note about new Ti Vo Roamio Updated Jul 17th 2013 - Add note about reports that 2TB drives appear to now be supported.Remove the link and just link to the file directly so no registration is needed. Updated Feb 16th 2016 - Update Bolt drive options, fix paypal link and add note about needing a T-9 on the Bolt - Thanks Gary. Updated Nov 13th 2015 - Complete rework of Roamio and BOLT methods to reflect latest approaches and support 3,4,5 and 6 TB drives. Updated Nov 11th 2015 - Fix typos and add additional info in places.Updated Feb 2nd 2016 - Update blessing method for Roamio and BOLT. Add note about not using Tivo Mini Power Supply (thanks to Richard Wilcox).Updated May 17th 2013 - Clarify description of screw sizes on hard drive bracket.Updated 3rd Jan 2013 - Update wdidle command line new hard drives. Updated 30th May 2012 - Add notes about drives 2TB not being supported.Here were my node definitions in the CUCM Admin GUI before my change, I omitted my IM&P nodes from this picture as they were already defined with FQDNs: This picture, below, is from the Show – Network section of the OS Administration GUI which shows the DNS servers and domain name are already configured: If you still have doubts about if this procedure would apply to you or not, I recommend you engage your VAR or Cisco TAC.
Overall, the change is pretty simple but there are a few things I want to call out: If you are still with me at this point, what follows is the procedure I used.
Updated Sept 25th 2017 - Update hard drive listing including new, more reliable, Tivo Bolt hard drives. Updated Oct 18th 2016 - Add note about Windows 7 compatibility mode for MFSR on Windows 10 (thanks Arch) and add caution about 4TB Seagate 2.5" drive reliability.
Updated Sept 25th 2016 - Add MFSR 1.0.4 support 8TB drives.
Updated Jan 20th 2015 - Add more detail about when setting the drive power management may not work.
Updated Jan 12th 2015 - Clarify recommended hard drives and updated model numbers.
Updated 14th Dec 2010 - Add link 1.5TB EVDS drives.